InformationCEAG online store
As soon as you enter the order process, every bit of information that is transferred between you and us is encrypted using SSL encryption. Even if data could be intercepted over the Internet it would be useless.
When you enter a secure area, on your browser you will notice a picture of a small padlock - this normally appears right at the bottom of the screen. To double check this, you can right click on the page and select 'properties' or 'view frame info' from the list which will tell you whether you are secure or not. Also look out for the sign of a secure web page, which can be identified by the URL (the web site address). A standard page will begin with 'http://'. A secure web page will begin with the URL 'https://' denoting that the merchant is using a secure server for the transaction of data.
ePDQ from Barlcaycard
The payment process uses Barclay's secure payment system ePDQ, which supports a number of credit cards as illustrated below. Please note that our store does not currently accept American Express cards.
The ePDQ CPI utilises a high level of encryption - customers connect using 128 bit SSL encryption. Even if you only have a 40 bit SSL capable PC, ePDQ will automatically upgrade the connection to ensure higher encryption.
ePDQ also encrypts stored transaction information, ensuring that it's not tampered with and takes responsibility for capturing and storing card details on secure servers, always ensuring that this information is held with the very high levels of security you would expect from a major financial services company.
Consilience Energy Advisory Group Limited (CEAG) is a consultancy that specializes in global energy markets. Core services include:
- Oil, gas, power and emissions consultancy, contract negotiation, trading strategy, risk management, benchmarking and valuation.
- Expert Witness services: CEAG has given regularly evidence in the high court and international arbitrations.
- Specialised training at all levels, both tailored and in-house, in energy markets including oil trading, shipping, refining and value adjustment mechanisms.